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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

• flU&M&r's JYotice* Tim undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans Court ol Centre couniy; to mike di.-tribution of the moneys in the hands of ihe Trustees of Mary Allison tiecciscd, will at tend to ihe duties of his appointment, at his office in Uellcfonic, on Saiurday tho 22nd day of January next, al 2 o'clock P. M., when aud where all persons interested arc rooiicsted lo attend ADAM UOY.' BellclbniR. Dec. 31st, 1S58, Auditor. vtl&ntfrs Notice, Lctlers of Administration have hcr-.n granted to ihe subscriber on the estate ofCathaiiiieUilberi lale of PiJtier township, deed. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them duly authenticated for settlement. MICHAEL ULRICIf. Poller tp , Dec 31, '58. Administrator. </M«tV« aT&tice* Letters of Administration have been granted to the subscriber on ihe esiate of Jacob Fisher, late of Cenire county, deed. All...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

J. II. §.T©WE&S,-A.TTOR.NEY-AT-LAW, Bofid'onle, Centre Co, Pa,, W.ill attend promptly to all legal business inmisled tn his care. Particular attention paid to Collections, and all monies | Aiiiiplly re milled. OfiVo on High' street, formerly occupied by lion. James Riitnsidcawl D.C. Boal. Esq. ¦N. B. Consultations either in German or l-'ng-•;5h fJiinc 2nd, 1858. ~ N. S. LAWRENCE'S NEW PAPER, PRINTE11S' CARD AND EN VELOPE WAREJfOUE, No. 405 Uo-nniercc Street, Plailadelphia. Cash biners will find it to their interest lo call. Jan G, fS08—ly. Wanted* - A PURCHASER for the house and loi simale on High sireel, joining ihe lot now occupied by M. Bcnncr's heirs, the lot bcine 00 feet front by 200 deep, which will be sold at a lair price and on reasonable terms. K-r further particulars apply to JOS. D. HARRIS. Dec. 2lili';-'58.—If. Hellefbnic Foundry, fiCailroad Electien. A N ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT X3l_ and twelve Managers of the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad Company wiil b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

A LARUE supply ol that well known remedy Sanford's Invigorator, has just been Jtnvcdby GREEN &McMEKiN, iN'ov. 5. 'i8 Aggnts for Centre Co

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

,^,. ^'.j^-w^^^a^^g^-p^^-^wngg ^^aKfe^rr^^ Traw^DsT BUS GOODS AND GROCERIES. E. C. nffflEES&'BROTHER, XXAYE just received a large stocli^®^ _Li nf Dry Goods; Clothing and Groe- 'iSfe' eriis, which they are now opening al their old stand 'I he stock consists in part of J.A3*iES'FAM:Y DltESS GOODS, composed of DcLnincs and Calicoes, Ginghams aud Alpacas, Marine Plaids and French Merino, Device Cloihs, and other choice articles of Ladies wear. "^ CLOTffS AND CASIMERS in endless variety, and at prices to suit cusiomers. . GROflERIK-S AND C-UFKtNSWARK. A full and and w61i selected stock ofihese articles have just been opened, which they oiler to the public at ihe most reasonable prices. Bcriofonfe. Oct. 22.-1858. - If.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Wl. S. TRIFPLESIEBGHA1IT TAILOR jV, 10. CORNIOR OF THE DIAMOND. rT"tHE subscriber respectfully informs ihe citizens JL ol Bellefonte and vicinity, that he has just returned from Philadelphia with a full.assortment ol FALL AJVD WIJVTER GOODS, which he is now opening at his old stand one door castofthe Post Office. His slock consists in pa'rtoi Black, Blue and Brown French Cloths, Silk mrxc.d Coaling. Cashmere and White Diifilt for COATS; Black Doealctn and Fant-^.SWmnier Cassimeres. and Linen Drill, for PANTS; Black Satin. Figured Silks" and White snd Figured firlaK saiells M VEST'HVGS, which lie wilT maTre up to order in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Goods furnished by customers will be made up to order as heretofore. As he will employ none but experienced workmen, persons may rely on gelling iheir work well done at Vis shop. BO" Thankful fertile patronage heretofore bessowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of ihe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

FALL & WINTER CLOTH NG

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

TiieJjar est* Cheapest - AND BESTSTOCK OF ^ BEAOY-BIADE CMJTSIIJVG. WM. M'CLELLAND RESPEOTFTLLY informs his old customers and the public that he has receded one of Ihe largest and best selected stock of Ready made Clothing as well as a large and select assort ment of Cloihs, Casimers, Satinelts, Satins <J-c., ever offered lo the people of Cenire county, comprisi'--a selection of "° TALL AjND tt INTER CL0TIIL\'Gr« u wh.cli is em'imed e.-e.-y article necessary f a gentle-nan's comploie wardrobe. Ills stock has been selected with greal care, and ho IIliters liinu self thai the goods now offered, were not only purchased with a view to economy, but with a fixed, purpose not to be excelled in durability, elegance anrf fashion. In order lo keep up with the trade oflarge cities he has established the cash system hoping by adhering to such a sjsionr of rVusinoss. to be enabled.always to furnish Ills'customers with the latest styles of gooes, made up by the most celebratej manufa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

LOOK HERE! MOLASSES, Coffee, Sugars and Teas, of ihe v5rv best quality, for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store M" JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides, dried 13eel. Fish and Salt, for sale at the cheap Grocery aud Provision Store of JOS. R- MUFFLY & CO. CANUTES, Nats, Crackers and Cegar.«. ott'lie very bess qualities, for sale, wholesale or retail, at ihe cheap Grocery and Provision Slore of JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. BOOTS, Shoes, Queensware, Glassware Sionejvare, Crockery.v/;ire and all "other wares"," for sale al the ehe-ip Grocery and Provision Slore of JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. WASHBOARDS, Umberellas, -Fancy Toys, and many other articles not men lioned. for sale JOS. It. MUFFLY & CO. F 'RESH BUTTER, Eggs &c, always for sale by JOS. R MUFFLY & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

CENTRE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE Constitutional officers of the Society, consisting of the President and Vice President, Tnasuier and Secretary, will meet at ihe Arb.trillion Robin. Bellefonte. on Monday the 3rd day of January next at 10 o'clock A. M., to receive appli'calirtils'from.sludenis desirous of being admitted to the Farmers' High School. All applicants not under the age of IS years, will present their names with satisfactory recommendations, on the day of meeting, as they must he.handed in to the Trusties of the School, on the 15th day ol'January nevt. SAMX-Ci'LLILAND, Dec. 24 1858. Secretary. Jmsi Meeeiveti I . —'«•¦*» "putnam's Patent Window Blind Rollers' JT al the store of Tonncr & Steel. 1^'resh Mackerel—Half bbls,, \ bbls. and Kits at the store of Tonner & Steel, Quper French Bllr; twilled Broad Cloth KJ at the store of Tonner & Steel. Carriage Hubs and Fellows, Canvass, Sattinell. Damask and [''rinse at ihe slore of Tonner &amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

FRESH ARRIVAL .or FASHIONABLE DRY CG0B3 „^rfr PCE?^ss & SASBVJ-ABS. Ill', subscriber has just received from Philaiiel-,P J™"'1 JV!ew Yofk a large and will selected stock of DRY GOODS and GRGCERIICS. which he is determined to dispose of at prices lo suit the times. 1 he lock embraces a full varie'.v of „ LADIES DRESS GOODS. d."j' n L;l,nes' Ooburg, De Bege, Alpaca, Marine l.lds, French Marino, Devitte Cloth: Wool De Lains, Plaid Flannell for children. Sack Flannels :ii all priccs: Wool and Cotton Flannells, all colors. Dress SJlk. «r of every variety ami color X.ADZBS PAHCY GOODS. Dress rrrmmfn'gs, Gloves, "osie,l y. Collais. CaPes- „ . Head dresses, FALL SHAWLS & CLOTH CLOAKS of the latest style, and at prices to suit ihe limes Muslins, Calicos and Itiwni. Domesuc and French Gingham's, anil Ten quarter Nheeling, A full variety of CLOTHS and CASIMERS, of the latest style and lowes't cash prices CCOTH1NG FOR MEN AND BOYS. Overcoats, from §o to $15. Satin, Velvet, P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

FRESH ARRIVA L OS" »BST G'OOBS. ^ROCERSSS HASDWAEE. &c. &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

TOJVAIEK & STEEL HAYE just received, direc't from New York and Philadelphia, and a/ti now 6'pen ing, the largest and best selected slock of goods ever presented to the people of Centre Couniy. The stock compiiscs an endless variety or 2:4M2& SIB5PS ©@®E)iS£, of tho latest PtJ'ltJ. quality, and prices, Also, ;"'?s sorimoDt of 15^0^^^ ^CD^SS^s, composed of Cloths. Casiuiers. »atinct<s, &c &c. &e . The stock of ready made cloihing is such oqi[ias suit all tastes, and at prices lower than can w purchased elsewhere. Particular attention is requested to the amount of HARDWARE, new offered for sale, and the trade will find it {6 their interest to' examine this slock before purchasing elsewhere. QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES, FISH, SALT, . , &c. &c. &c: &c. Hal A full supply, which will bo disposed ofiri quantities to suit purchasers at prices to meet the times. Our old friends and the public are invited to' give us ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

DRlf GOODS, GROCERIES. FRESH ARRIVAL. WILSON & BROTHERS ARE now opening an extensive, assortment of new and fashionable' Dry Goods, which they offer lo the public at the VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES. Having entirely abolished the credit system, and being determined to do business hereafter on a cash basis, they wiil be enabled to supply their customers and the public with the best slock the eastern market affords Particular attention is invited lo a large selection of Ei€i,Mie§ Jdress GooSt Bayadere and Fancy Opera Cloths, De Bcges- and Cashmeres, Black and Colored (all wool) Delaines, PERSIAN ROBES, FRENCH MERINOS. FRENCH PLAIDS for Ladies and Child'r'eh. LADIES and GENTS Shawls of every description, Black Silks, Silk Fringes and Trimings for Ladi*s dresses. CLOTHS, CASIMERS, VESTIXGS, SATINKTTS t fail qualities and every variety of style. The assortment of CALICb, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, &e. cannot be excelled for qualiiy and price. Parficularatention is reques...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Kew Goods t CHA S. MeRRIDE respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that'lie' has just received at his slore, comer of Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING OF eOPS'ES. TEA. StT&AS.. S"H"aUP. SPICES, SAL'l'. SOAPS, GLASS. QUEENSWARE. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, boot's and shoes of first quality and all^izes, stone ware water and sugar crackers, corn brooms, Buck' -»s rubbers, clotheslines, &c. Ready made cloth hi"-', Ifannel shirts and drawers, aud muslins, prints, hosiery, hats and caps, gloves, trimmings, &c. &c. Cali'and see, as he intends to sell very low for cash or in exchange for marketing at cash prices. Kellefonte. Out. 20th 1853.—by J. W. SCOTT, fLATK oV'tHE FIRM OF WINCHF.STER is SCOTT.) ^ GENTLEMEN'S' FURNISHING STORE AND SHIRT MANUFACTORY, 814 Chestnut Sheet, (A'cacfty Opposite Girurd House.) Philadelphia. . W.SCOTT would respectfully call the atten-• n of his former patrons and fr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Drug and Chemical Store Allegheny St., North Side of the Diamond. BELLEFONTE. 1'A. HPHE undersigned respeclfudy inform the *¦ cilizens of Bellefonte and the - urroiinding cpunlry, thai they have purchased the Drug Kslablishraetil of Mr. Geo. I. Miles,'and intend keeping the usual assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, &C, which they will offer at reasonable prices.— There n.edicines, chemicals, drills, &c., having been selected with great care, at some of the best houses in the city, they flatter ihem. selves that they will be able to give enlire satisfaction to till who may want anything in thei'f line of business.' Tli'e'y would especially call the- attention of Piiysi'cfans to their establishment, where they can be supplied with p't'ife, fresh and re liable articles, on reasonable ferrns. They will keep constantly on hand Burning-Fluid, Camphcne, Lamps, Segars and Tobacco. Citron, Hair and Tooth Brushes. Fancy Soaps, Perfumery Port-Monias, also Paints, Oils; Famishes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Old'Established Drug Store, BELLEFONTE, PA.- _ ' t THE undcrsigrjed respeclfuTlyinform their friends, mid the rub.'ijc gfiferally, t'lia't they nave purchased the Dnig and Chemical Store lately owned'by Rev. A Urittain, and known as (lie 'JBeSaefoEtte IHspemsas'y," tn tirokerhoff's Row, 2 doors South of the Penn-a Hotel, and nearly opposite the Conrad House,' where they have on hand a largo assortment, and will be regularly receiving fresh supplies of carefully selected Dricgs, Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Denial Instruments, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Dye-Stuffs, Window-Glass, Brushes, Combs, Stationary, Fancy Art*. desj Spites, Perfumery, fyc. All the PATENT MEDICIN KS of THE DAY. Ti7." "''• Lard and Fluid Lamps, of every descrip iion • fresh i i"°Ul1 ani) Burning Hard always on hand'. Also Lamp Globes. PURE irl^S AND LIQVOM, for Medicinal purpC^es. They will also keep constantly on hand the best Havanna and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment of Chewing aud Smokin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

IVFjW -TOCK Ol? BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS MX BTraHSESJE'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TF VOlf WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT X of cheap boots and shoes, go to Burnside's. WATEJl J'ttOOFHOOTS at Burnside's . JOE P ALL the people call and examine the boots and shcsai liurside's', before purchasing elsewhere. A SAVliVCJ of 25 per cent by buying your boots and shoes at Burnside's. ,5, lAJRiili.t\li deduction made to those who buy to sei.'-'ea.in. 30 DU^KllSA'T kinds of ladies shoes at Burnside's. . . , CITY made boots ami shoes,- al prices lo suit the times at Burnside's THE largest stock of boots and shoes ever brought to Bellefonle.at Burnside's. AT Burnside's Cheap Boot and Shoe slore we study to please liEVTIIRfl of all descriptions at Burnside's. DJ'POiST'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Ely's EriglishVfetsrprool'Caps for hunters at Burn side's. ,.-- ..... SHOE Findings'of all descriptions at Burnside's. HIDESj'Skins'aird Furs of all descriptions boulgh at Burnside's. gept. 17.1858.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

CIiOYIiS HUliliEM. Ti lE SUBSCP.IBERS WISH TO IN FORM THE public that they still manufacture the abo'vri named machines and have now a lot on hand ready for delivary and wananied to work equal tpany of the kind ever made.. Fur information in reference to ihe practical working of these Hullers we'refer to the following gentlemen; William Forster, Farmers' High School.' Robert Forster, " " " E. Zimmerman, Jacksonville. Emanuel Smith, Nitlany Hall. James Zimmerman, Hublersburg. And lo any person else that may have them in use. Orders solicited in reference.to the working of our Thrashing.Machines are. refcred lo. Joh'n'Lo'rigweif, JXittany Valley, J.PhilirJCie'pfiarti' Zion. Daiuci Dufsf,_ Old Fort, ... ^ . John Wagner",' Harris township. David Stamm, . , Loop. H'e also manufacture the Pe'irpaint'spnlcnt SHAKER lJ-.STRA W CARRIER, ihe best working shaker now made for proof of this we refer to those who have them in use. ¦ ... Work of all kinds.in their line of business done a't'short...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

.BELLEFONTE LIVERY.' THE PUBLIC is respectfully informed that lire undersigned has lined up an e.viensive livery in the borough of Bellefonie, composed of tho best livery stock in Ceniral Pennsylvania, and he feels assured that hecan confidently claim a large share of patronage. Thehors.es attached lo these stables are.genile and fast, and can be driven Willi the inmost salely. The stock'of vehicles composes almost every variety, from the cnmlinrlable family carnage to light ancl easy riding sulkies. CAREFUL, EXPERIENCE!) AND SOBER DRIVERS can always be employed. Horses and carriages furnished at any hour of the day or night, if application be made lo ihe under signed, who can always be lound either al theCon rad House, or at his stables on the lot allachcd to the Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Bishop street. Bellefonte. Oct. 15. '53.—tf. M. R1TNKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Kew fesage IjIbbc FROM I5ELLEFONTE TO PINE GROVE, By WAV OF THE F.VUJIKIIS' HIGH SCHOOL. THE subscribers respectfully inform the public lhal they have placed a two horse' coach on this route, and will carry passengers lo and from the Fanners' High School, Pino Grove aiidrj! the inlermediate points at cheap ruin--. This 'stage will run three times a week, leaving Bellefonte on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's A comfortable Coach and careful drivers will be provided to.render the traveler eomli-tt.ible. ' Ji.O.CUMMiNGS, JAS. DUA'LAP, Sepember 10 li3f>S '—tf a Oil and fancy Window Blinds and fix tiircs, at tho =lorc of Tonner & Steel.

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